I like the logic in that last part.wyomingcounty said:I'd either be defying the law, or moving. The thought of "handing over" or registering any gun with the gov't that I acquired legally is unconscionable to me.
The choice for me would be easy, actually. I would have left the socialist run state of NY a long time ago. There's little to brag about with NY. Just going there for a job I see enough. The stats back it up. NY is a horrible place to live, find a job, and attempt to find prosperity. Now, with even MORE gun laws (NY already had many bans in place prior to 1/1/13) just furthers the point that Albany does not trust enough in its citizens to own firearms without draconian restrictions.
Heck, you can't even buy the size fountain soda you want in NYC. What kind of State dictates what size soda you can or can't buy? Trans-fats? Salt? What's next....guns?
Ha, but you don't need a license to make a baby, or kill a fetus. Nice place to live.